Past Events

  • What a Hoot! A Mike Peters Retrospective Opening Celebration What a Hoot! A Mike Peters Retrospective Opening Celebration November 12, 2016

    Grimmy from Mother Goose and Grimm

    Free Event: Opening Celebration!

    Join us at The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum on Saturday, November 12th for the opening celebration of What a Hoot! A Mike Peters Retrospective curated by Lucy Caswell.
    The following events  are free and open to the public – no RSVP required:

    3:00-4:00 pm – Curator’s Tour with Mike Peters and Lucy Caswell, gallery

    4:00-5:30 pm – Mike Peters Chalk-Talk, Jean and Charles Schulz Lecture Hall

    5:30-7:00 pm – Catered reception for What a Hoot! A Mike Peters Retrospective, Will Eisner Seminar Room

  • Garry Trudeau and Glen David Gold in Conversation Garry Trudeau and Glen David Gold in Conversation October 14, 2016

    Image copyright Garry Trudeau

    Legendary Doonesbury creator Garry Trudeau discusses his life and work as one of our most distinguished and decorated political cartoonists of the past 50 years. Along with his influential strip, syndicated in roughly 1,000 newspapers around the world, Trudeau is also the creator of the political satire show Alpha House for Amazon Studios. Joining Trudeau on stage is acclaimed novelist Glen David Gold, best known for Carter Beats the Devil (2001) and Sunnyside (2009).

    This event is FREE for all audiences (no tickets required).

    Doonesbury on GoComics

    Copresented by the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum and Wexner Center for the Arts with support from GoComics Mary F. Gau and Kevin Wolf, and the Mark J. Cohen and Rose Marie McDaniel Endowment. Part of Cartoon Crossroads Columbus (CXC) city-wide cartoon and comics festival.

  • Cartoon Crossroads Columbus (CXC) Weekend Reception October 14, 2016

    Join in the celebration, view the galleries, and mingle with CXC special guests and exhibitors during a reception at the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum before Garry Trudeau In Conversation with Glen David Gold at Mershon Auditorium. Enjoy light refreshments and a cash bar.

    With support provided by Mary F. Gau and Kevin Wolf, and Mark J. Cohen and Rose Marie McDaniel Endowment.

  • Cartoon Crossroads Columbus (CXC) 2016 Cartoon Crossroads Columbus (CXC) 2016 October 13, 2016 - October 16, 2016

    Thursday, October 13 and Friday, October 14

    Events take place at The Ohio State University campus, including the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, Hale Hall and the Wexner Center for the Arts.

    Cartoon Crossroads Columbus (CXC) hosts a two-day scholarly symposium, Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum exhibitions and tours, a celebration of excellence and diversity in comics at SOL CON, a professional development track including a new round of our peer-to-peer “Talk and Teach” presentations, multiple receptions, a presentation on animation with animator and author John Canemaker, and an evening in conversation with Garry Trudeau and Glen David Gold.

    Saturday, October 15 and Sunday, October 16

    Events take place at Columbus Metropolitan Library, with satellite events at the Columbus Museum of Art (CMA), and Columbus College of Art and Design (CCAD).

    CXC hosts its Expo and Marketplace in the heart of the beautiful new library facility, public panel presentations, a presentation by this year’s Thurber Prize recipient, and a Saturday night focused around a major comics-making talent and accompanying exhibition.

    For a full listing of all the events view Schedule of Events

  • SÕL-CON: The Brown and Black Comix Expo SÕL-CON: The Brown and Black Comix Expo October 13, 2016 - October 16, 2016

    The Mighty SÕL-CON, The Brown and Black Comics Expo, roars to life for year two with its patented Friday on-campus expo, panels, and workshops. There will be “Brown and Black Lives Matter” talkbacks with Hector Rodriguez, Keith Knight and Lalo Alcaraz; K-12 friendly ‘zine, cartoon, comics, and digital animation workshops; panels on topics such as creating indie-cons, issues of race, gender, and futurism; and fandom in Latino and African-American comics.

    Join some of the best and brightest creators in the country in a high-energy creative atmosphere. SÕL-CON Schedule of Events

    Free and open to the public; there will be workshops for K-12 participants.

    Contact: Frederick Luis Aldama, 510-367-9112.

    Introducing SÕL-CON

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